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“Please suggest to me a method to find the error”.

That’s the first thing to do. I’m really surprised that’s where the answer ended up, but I don’t mean to be critical. Hopefully if we don’t give you all the information you need to look at what you’re doing, it’ll get you where you need to be.
You haven’t given us any information. Maybe tell us where you found the download, what your browser’s connection type and version are, the operating system and how you got the download, etc.
Your “error” is… none of the files can be read. That’s pretty much the big N. No error, so no error handling.

“After I pressed download I can open them but the pdf files are empty”

After you clicked “Download”, what did you do? The first thing you did was “Download”, right? No? What did you do after that?

“When I double click the zipped files they appear with the original icons that I don’t have and they are empty inside too”.

Not an error. That’s how things work. Do you get a message at all that’s any different from a normal download? How did you zipped those files?
In most cases, you need to unzip them first, then “download” that. If you don’t, you’ll get an empty file. In any case, this tells us nothing about the problem.


How to use regex findall in Python to count number of words in a string?

I have written the following code to count the number of words in a string:
import re
test =’some text here some more text’

print ‘Total number of words:’, re.findall(‘\w+’, test)

When I run it, it returns:
[‘text’, ‘text’,’some’,’more’, ‘here’,’some’]

What I expected was [‘text’, ‘text’,’some’,’more’, ‘here’]
How can I get the correct output?


There’s no need to use \w, it’s redundant. Then you should not use re.findall, because it splits each word for you. Use re.finditer instead, and then just use len(list):
>>> import re

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Prevalence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Hungarian dental practice.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has become a formidable health problem over the past decade, with the potential to affect virtually any part of the body. In Europe, MRSA is also frequently found in the oral cavity, which may complicate the clinical condition of the patient by causing a multitude of health problems, including infective endocarditis, bacteraemia, osteomyelitis and septic arthritis. This report reviews the literature concerning MRSA infection in dental practice, based on a systematically performed literature search (PubMed, Medline, Cochrane database and Embase). The prevalence of MRSA in dental practice shows a constantly increasing tendency. The data regarding the prevalence of MRSA nasal carriers vary widely throughout Europe (from 0 to 30%), with the most recent data based on a total of 45,098 screened specimens from general and hospital populations, suggesting an overall prevalence of 6.2%. To date, MRSA prevalence in the Hungarian dental practice is not known.[A case of transient left ventricular apical ballooning syndrome with normal coronary arteries].
A 64-year-old female with left ventricular dysfunction syndrome was admitted to our hospital. Although her blood pressure, heart rate and electrocardiogram showed no significant change, left ventricular wall motion abnormality appeared on the echocardiogram. Coronary angiography showed normal coronary arteries. Thus, the syndrome was diagnosed as transient left ventricular apical ballooning syndrome. After hemodynamic improvement and medication, the patient was discharged. However, she suddenly died of acute cardiac rupture 10 days after discharge./*
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